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Remix Record Shop expands back into former storefront


As of this past weekend Remix Record Shop (Facebook Website) has leased back their original storefront just up the street in Mills 50 to offer all those #millsshifty cats what they’re hankering for; more vinyl.

The shop first opened in the retail strip that houses Pop Thai at 1217 N. Mills Avenue [GMap] back in January 2016 before moving into a bigger space next door last year.

The new Remix Warehouse is essentially just that – storage for their backstock LPs, 45s, CDs, cassettes, mixtapes, vintage music magazines and more rare vinyl that rarely sees the official sales floor – but features two listening stations where you can park yourself and test out those tracks before taking them home. Which means it’s essentially a glorified vinyl library – which sounds good to us.

Access to the warehouse is appointment only but you can request access while visiting the main shop just two doors south.

Check out our Instagram, @orlandobungalower to see a video tour of the space.

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Brendan O'Connorhttps://www.brendanoconnor.me/
Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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